Wedding Song Suggestions

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Hello there! As I imagine you guys have plenty on your plate with a wedding approaching, I wanted to suggest some songs GUARANTEED to get people out of their chairs. These are tried and trued songs that make people get up and dance (or at least one [myself]). I’ve never seen them flop in the field.

Feel free to ignore, but I couldn’t in good conscience allow a playlist be created without offering some suggestions.

There are 5 suggestions for each part of the evening.

REMEMBER: No matter what songs you ultimately go with “Shuffle” is not your friend in this scenario. It is vital each song hits at the appropriate time in the evening to ensure maximum fun-ness. You have to make people feel comfortable with classics, then ease into the end of the evening. TC mark

Must Haves:

Early in the evening

This Is How We Do It – Montell Jordan

Where The Party At? – Jagged Edge

Hot In Herre – Nelly

Bye Bye Bye – N’Sync

Stayin Alive – Bee Gees

Middle of the evening

Yeah! – Usher/Lil Jon

Billie Jean – Michael Jackson

Whoomp! (There It Is) – Tag Team

Ignition (Remix) – R Kelly

Gettin Jiggy Wid It – Will Smith

End of evening

Thong Song – Sisqo

Danza Kuduro – Don Omar

Hey Ya! – Outkast

Hello – Martin Solveig

Get Lucky – Daft Punk

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